We are now offering qualifications drop-in sessions for anyone interested in participating in any qualifications that SLCC has to offer, whether you are new to the role, looking to further your career, a councillor or looking to work in the local council sector. The drop-in session will provide information about the benefits of taking one of our qualifications and much more. During the session you will be able to present any questions you may have to the SLCC’s Professional Development Officer.
Stronger through study
SLCC offer a range of qualifications tailored to meet the needs of local council officers and others working with local councils in England and Wales. Study for a qualification and:
- Expand your skillset
- Broaden your career opportunities & progression
- Feel empowered
The qualifications are designed to support you wherever you are in your career journey, starting at the essential knowledge course (Level 2) and progressing through to an Honours Degree (Level 6).
Introduction to Local Council Administration (ILCA)
This Level 2, online sector specific learning tool will support all new council officers in England and Wales in their roles in the first few months of employment, as well as those aspiring to go on and complete their Level 3 CiLCA qualification. The aim of the course is to provide an introduction to the work of a local council, the clerk and its councillors.
£99 + VAT for members and non-members.
Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA)
This Level 3, foundation qualification provides you with a broad knowledge of all the aspects of a clerk’s work – roles and responsibilities, the law, procedures, finance planning and community involvement.
The full four-day course is £340 + VAT for members or £390 + VAT for non-members.
In addition, CiLCA registration is £350 (non-vatable) for members and non-members. From 1st October 2020 the price to register increases to £410 (non-vatable).
Community Governance offers a range of advanced qualifications which are all distance learning with residential study days. The qualification looks at the way in which people and organisations work together and independently, making decisions for the benefit of a local community.
Study for a Certificate of Higher Education (Level 4), a Foundation Degree (Level 5) or an Honours Degree (Level 6).
Level 4 builds on CiLCA, is recognised in law as a qualification for clerks and is tailored specifically to the needs of local council officers.
If you would like to apply for this qualification, please contact us for further information.